Oct 282014
 

This is not a tax lien. This is not some sort of “Misunderstanding”. This is a default judgement against Rene Aguilera. The attached documents are from the County of Placer.

Rene Aguilera is proving by his life’s pattern of behavior to not be a good person at all, and certainly not deserving of office.

A default judgement occurs when you refuse to do something and usually occurs when you choose not to defend yourself from the accusation of those seeking said judgement against you.

Here are the facts as I read them from the documents:

Rene Aguilera took out an $18,000 high risk loan with Beneficial Financial for an interest rate of 28.9%. Somehow, he was able to do it without putting his home up as collateral.

The documents indicate multiple attempts to communicate with Rene Aguilera by the creditor.

The documents indicate no response from Rene Aguilera whatsoever.

The documents indicate that the debt was sold off 3/28/2014 or simply assigned to – to a collection agency in Walnut Creek, California. The County of Placer filed the documents in June.

So, Rene Aguilera appears to have failed to file a corporate tax return nor paid corporate filing fees causing H.E.A.R. to get suspended by the California Secretary of State.

In 2009, he defaulted on his first mortgage

In 2011, he defaulted on this loan and got a default judgement entered against him

In 2013, Rene Aguilera got fined for concealing free meals off of his form 700

In 2014, Rene Aguilera’s current form 700 lists no income and no assets and has nothing indicating how he is paying for multiple trips to Washington D.C…

… yet here sits this $18,000 judgement against Rene Aguilera that has gone unpaid, un-acknowledged and not acted upon at all.

I have written previously that my investigations of Aguilera indicate that he appears to have little or nothing in his name and that the sources of his income, if any, appear to be hidden. I believe this is a deliberate act and this $18,000 judgement is why.

That’s right – it looks like Rene Aguilera is attempting to hide from a creditor that he ripped off for a $15k loan. Yes, I wrote ripped off – when you borrow from someone and then don’t pay it back, that is stealing.

When you raise money for a non-profit with an expired corporation license and don’t tell anyone that non-profit is expired, that is lying aka fraud

When you use the school district’s computers, etc. to plan non-school district events, that is called misappropriation of government funds.

When your Nephew is dealing dope out of your home and you do nothing about it, that is called being an accessory.

More on the Rene Aguilera experience to follow…

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